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The Swinging For a Cause golf tournament, benefitting the Bella Bowman Foundation and area schools, was held Sept. 15, at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild near Patterson. D.P.S. won first place with a score of 56. Tournament officials George Blanchard and Brandon Marcel congratulate winners Jacob LeBlanc, Levi Martin, Thad Weber and Lloyd Baker. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of The Atchafalaya at Idlewild)

Scott Aucoin, center, in the top photo, and Ray Anselmo Jr., center in the photo above, were the Long Drive winners at the Swinging For a Cause golf tournament Sept. 15 at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild near Patterson. Aucoin won the award for his performance on hole No. 5, while Anselmo earned the honor for his performance on hole No. 14. Congratulating the duo are tournament officials George Blanchard and Brandon Marcel. (Submitted Photos/Courtesy of The Atchafalaya at Idlewild)

Jarod Voisin, center, top photo, and Danny Ordoyne, center, photo above, won the Closest to the Pin award during the Swinging For a Cause golf tournament Sept. 15 at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild near Patterson. Voisin was awarded for his performance on hole No. 11, while Ordoyne was awarded for his performance on hole No. 7. Congratulating the duo are tournament officials George Blanchard and Brandon Marcel. (Submitted Photos/Courtesy of The Atchafalaya at Idlewild)

Swinging For a Cause Golf Tournament held

The Swinging For a Cause golf tournament, benefitting the Bella Bowman Foundation and area schools, was held Sept. 15, at The Atchafalaya at Idlewild near Patterson.

HANSON’S BRIAN SONNIER lines up at his split end position during Friday’s action. Hanson will travel to play Highland Baptist on Thursday in District 7-1A.

WEST ST. MARY’S BRYSTON ABRAHAM looks to get a handle on the football during Thursday’s action at Panther Stadium in New Iberia. The West St. Mary Wolfpack will make the short journey to battle the Jeanerette Tigers Friday in District 7-2A action.

HMS faces Bears; Bulldogs host Knights; CHS Homecoming Fri.

The Hanson Memorial Tigers will travel to face the Highland Baptist Bears on Thursday in District 7-1A action while the Centerville Bulldogs will be celebrating Homecoming on Friday with Franklin H

Team Lakers (top photo) defeated Team Echo (middle) photo for the Patterson Community Center's inaugural Men's Basketball League Championship this season. In the photo above, Team Lakers head coach Terrance Johnson, the league's Most Valuable Player, stands with Coach Trevor Richard, who was honored with a plaque of appreciation for helping to start the league. (Submitted Photos/Courtesy of Julia May)

Patterson men's basketball league

The Patterson Community Center hosted the inaugural Men's Basketball League this season. The five-week season featured six teams competing.

WEST ST. MARY’S DAYLON RICHARD makes the grab on one of his 14-pass receptions on the night Thursday at Panther Stadium at Catholic High of New Iberia. Ricard hauled in an eye-popping 14 passes for 252 yards and three touchdowns in the Wolfpack’s loss to the Panthers.

Panthers garner 63-20 win over WSM Wolfpack

NEW IBERIA _ Trenayvian Amos, Trey Henry, Peter LeBlanc and William Regard all scored two touchdowns, lifting the Catholic High School of New Iberia Panthers to a 63-20 District 2-A victory over th

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